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A letter from on board the York-Frigat now with Admiral Herbert
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A letter from on board the York-frigat now with Admiral Herbert: dated from Cape-Cleare the fourth of this instant May: giving a true and large account of the great fight between the English and the French, at Bantry Bay near Crouck-Haven in the west of Ireland.
A letter from on board the York-Frigat now with Admiral Herbert: dated from Cape-Cleare the fourth of this instant May: giving a true and large account of the great flight between the English and the French at Bantry-Bay near Crouck-Haven in the west of Ireland.
A letter from on board the York-Frigat now with Admiral Herbert dated from Cape-Cleare the fourth of this instant May: giving a true and large account of the great flight between the English and the French at Bantry-Bay near Crouck-Haven in the west of Ireland.
A letter from on board the York-Frigat now with Admiral Herbert: Dated from Cape-Cleare the fourth of this instant May. Giving a true and large account of the great fight between the English and the French, at Bantry-Bay near Crouck-Haven in the west of Ireland.
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